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USA Cycling announced its updated women’s 2015 Pan American Continental Road Championships roster on Friday, naming the four riders who will compete for Team USA in Leon, Mexico, May 5-10 in the individual time trial and road race.
The USA Cycling Selection Committee reconvened on Friday to review the recent athlete nominations for the 2015 Pan American Road Championships. The Committee will consider previously established criteria in making its discretionary selections and not use an updated version of the Principles of Athlete Selection that was published earlier this year.
<span style="font-family: arial, helvetica, sans-serif; font-size: 14px; line-height: normal; -webkit-text-stroke-color: rgb(0, 0, 0);">Raphael Gagne (CAN/Rocky Mountain) took over the lead in the U.S. Cup standings after his second place finish at Bonelli Park #2. Fellow Canadian Emily Batty (CA</span><span style="font-family: arial, helvetica, sans-serif; font-size: 14px; line-height: normal; -webkit-text-stroke-color: rgb(0, 0, 0);">N/Trek Factory Racing) also climbed to the top of the leaderboard after finishing first at the return trip to Bonelli Park. Gagne and Batty sit in the lead with 104 and 114 points, respectively. Both riders also retained their lead in the Pro XCT points standings, each with 200 points.</span>
As nationals draw closer, this weekend saw the first conference championship with the SWCCC wrapping up their season. Catch up on all the action with this week's recap.
Daniel Willet (San Clemente, Calif./LUX-Specialized by Cynergy) led a trio of Americans to top-20 finishes at the Paris-Roubaix Juniors race, clocking a 2:52:33 to finish sixth. Also in action for the <a href="http://www.usacycling.org/ndp/">USA Cycling National Development Program (NDP)</a>, the Team USA women raced the Energiewacht Tour in the Netherlands and the U23 men battled wet cobblestones at the U23 Tour of Flanders in Belgium.
Even with Easter there were a few conferences racing this past weekend. Check out the recaps from the RMCCC and WCCC.
As the Pro Mountain Bike Gravity Tour (Pro GRT) approaches, USA Cycling is excited to announce changes to the top national downhill series coming in 2015 that include C2 UCI status for pro races, points for amateur races and World Cup and Championships qualification opportunities.
Megan Guarnier (Queensbury, N.Y./BoelsDolmans Cycling Team) and Lauren Hall (Dolores, Colo./ TWENTY16 p/b Sho-Air) went back-to-back for 11<sup>th</sup> and 12<sup>th</sup> at the Women’s Tour of Flanders in Oudenaarde, Belgium, on April 5, leading the USA Cycling National Development Program (NDP) this week in Europe.
USA Cycling announced Tuesday an innovative new benefit for race directors and participants alike. With the change, all events and participants that utilize USA Cycling’s online registration system in 2015 will enjoy the peace of mind that comes with USA Cycling’s new Event Cancellation Protection Program. This benefit will provide refunds for registrants who registered for an event or race that is cancelled due to adverse weather, natural disaster or terrorism.*
Road nationals is now only six weeks away, make sure you stay up to date on all the action!
The 17-race 2015 USA Cycling National Criterium Calendar (NCC) kicked off March 28 with the Sunny King Criterium in Anniston, Ala., where Tyler Magner (Griffin, Ga./Hincapie Racing Team) and Hannah Barnes (GBR/UnitedHealthcare) used wins to claim the early men’s and women’s standings leads, as well as put their respective teams in the men’s and women’s team top spots.
The USA Cycling National Development Program (NDP) chalked two top-20 finishes in Italy and Portugal this week, as Carmen Small (Durango, Colo./TWENTY16 p/b Sho-Air) finished 12<sup>th</sup> at the Trofeo Alfredo Binda on Sunday, while Colin Joyce (Pocatello, Idaho/California Giant Berry Farms-Specialized) again led the U.S. U23 men at the March 26-30 Volta ao Alentejo with a 20<sup>th</sup>-place result.
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Anton Cooper (NZL/Cannondale Factory Racing) and Katerina Nash (CZE/Luna Pro Team) picked up the early men’s and women’s U.S. Cup leads, while Canadians Raphael Gagne (CAN) and Emily Batty (CAN/Trek Factory Racing Team) top the Pro MTB Cross-Country Tour (Pro XCT) after the March 14 Bonelli Park XC #1 in San Dimas, Calif., and March 21 Fontana XC in Fontana, Calif.
Check out the action as five conferences continue racing, including a dual-conference race between the SECCC and MWCCC.
Fourteen Talent Identification Camps will run in 10 states across the country from June to November to provide USA Cycling with junior talent evaluations while offering athletes a pathway to develop their cycling ability in road, track and mountain bike disciplines.
Colin Joyce (Pocatello, Idaho/California Giant Berry Farms-Specialized) kicked off the 2015 men’s U23 development season in style, taking third overall at the Volta Costa Vicentina in Portugal March 21-22.
Announcing the addition of Penn State - Lehigh Valley to the emerging varsity program list.

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